Friday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Chile Cheese Nacho’s with Cookie, Juice Box = $5.50
Chicken Burger & Fries = $5.50

Green Shirt Day:
Last April, Canadians rallied together in support of the victims, survivors and families of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Many students and teachers took part by putting out hockey sticks in front of their classrooms and wearing their jerseys to school. This year, the family of Logan Boulet is holding the first annual national Green Shirt Day in honour of their son and the Broncos family, and to increase awareness about the importance of organ donation. Green Shirt Day is on Sunday, April 7, but we are asking schools and workplaces to consider participating on Monday, April 8.

Before Logan Boulet was fatally injured in the Broncos bus crash, he had registered his decision to be an organ donor and discussed his wishes with his family. The 21-year old defenceman went on to save six lives with his generous gifts. In the weeks that followed, Logan’s story inspired more than 100,000 Canadians to become registered organ donors. This became known as the “Logan Boulet Effect”. Now, the Boulet family would like that legacy to continue through an annual Green Shirt Day (greenshirtday.ca, #GreenShirtDay).

If you have any additional questions, The Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Manager, Angela Carpenter can be contacted at adcarpenter@ihis.org or 902-368-5920. We hope to see as many students and staff wear green on April 8!

Girls Get WISE Science Retreat:
Girls Retreat  (open to girls in grades 7-9 is taking place this year on Friday, May 3 (which is a meeting day for teachers), at the Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering at the University of Prince Edward Island. Online registration is $10 and is open until April 26.  This should be a good day, and for more information, please see this website: http://www.engineerspei.com/node/455.

Band:
–  Thank you to the grade 7 students for arriving bright and early this morning for their
first early morning rehearsal!  The next rehearsal will be on Monday during the lunch
break as we continue to prepare for our field trip and performance in Summerside on
Thursday, April 16th.
– There will be a Jazz Band rehearsal today during period 3
– The second payment for the grade 9 band trip is due today (Friday, April 5th).
–  Please check the band blog for details.

Coding:
The coding club will meet at 12:20 in Mrs. Reynard’s room.

Stonepark Hockey Academy Jerseys:
Please make sure all hockey jerseys are washed, dried upon returned.

U16 Boys Flag Football:

Try Outs will continue Monday April 8 and Wednesday April 10th from 6:30-8:30 at Sherwood School

Girls Flag Football:
Today (Friday) all grades in the gym 3:00 – 4:15

Boys A Basketball:
Please meet in the gym during reading period today (Friday)  for the year book photo.

Stratford Soccer Club:
The Stratford Soccer Club will be holding their 2019 summer soccer season registrations over the next few weeks.
Onsite registration dates:
• Saturday April 6 – 9:00am – 12:00pm (Island Wide registration date)
• Wednesday April 10 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
• Saturday April 13 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
• Wednesday April 17 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Stratford Town Centre (Main Lobby)
On-line registration is also available. For more information on registration please visit the club web site: www.stratford.goalline.ca

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Thursday – Day 4

Green Shirt Day:
Last April, Canadians rallied together in support of the victims, survivors and families of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Many students and teachers took part by putting out hockey sticks in front of their classrooms and wearing their jerseys to school. This year, the family of Logan Boulet is holding the first annual national Green Shirt Day in honour of their son and the Broncos family, and to increase awareness about the importance of organ donation. Green Shirt Day is on Sunday, April 7, but we are asking schools and workplaces to consider participating on Monday, April 8.
Before Logan Boulet was fatally injured in the Broncos bus crash, he had registered his decision to be an organ donor and discussed his wishes with his family. The 21-year old defenceman went on to save six lives with his generous gifts. In the weeks that followed, Logan’s story inspired more than 100,000 Canadians to become registered organ donors. This became known as the “Logan Boulet Effect”. Now, the Boulet family would like that legacy to continue through an annual Green Shirt Day (greenshirtday.ca, #GreenShirtDay).
If you have any additional questions, The Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Manager, Angela Carpenter can be contacted at adcarpenter@ihis.org or 902-368-5920. We hope to see as many students and staff wear green on April 8!

Industrial Arts:
There will be extra help given today on both sides in Industrial Arts.

Girls Get WISE Science Retreat:
Girls Retreat  (open to girls in grades 7-9 is taking place this year on Friday, May 3 (which is a meeting day for teachers), at the Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering at the University of Prince Edward Island. Online registration is $10 and is open until April 26.  This should be a good day, and for more information, please see this website: http://www.engineerspei.com/node/455.

Leadership Students:
Please meet in the lobby during reading period tomorrow (Friday)  for the yearbook photo.

Band:
The second payment for the grade 9 band trip is due tomorrow (Friday, April 5th).
Please check the band blog for details.
– Grade 7 students will have their first early morning band rehearsal tomorrow!
Students are asked to arrive at school by 7:35 and they should be dropped off at the
back doors of the school near the gym.
Parents are reminded to drive slowly during drop off as there will be traffic moving in
and out of the back parking lot.
– There will be a Jazz Band rehearsal tomorrow during period 3.  This is to make up for
a canceled rehearsal last week.

Heritage Fair
– Projects and students who placed in this year’s Heritage Fair will be announced today during Reading Period. We will announce the top three projects and 7 honourable mentions who will be going to the Provincial Fair on May 2.

Stonepark Hockey Academy Jerseys:
Please make sure all hockey jerseys are washed, dried upon returned.

U16 Boys Flag Football:

Try Outs will continue Monday April 8 and Wednesday April 10th from 6:30-8:30 at Sherwood School

Girls Flag Football:
Tomorrow (Friday) all grades in the gym 3:00 – 4:15

Boys A Basketball:

Please meet in the gym during reading period tomorrow (Friday)  for the year book photo.

Badminton:
There will be a practice today, for all team members (Bantam/Intermediate, Boys/Girls) from 3-4:15 in the gym.  Please note the earlier end time for today!

Stratford Soccer Club:
The Stratford Soccer Club will be holding their 2019 summer soccer season registrations over the next few weeks.
Onsite registration dates:
• Saturday April 6 – 9:00am – 12:00pm (Island Wide registration date)
• Wednesday April 10 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
• Saturday April 13 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
• Wednesday April 17 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Stratford Town Centre (Main Lobby)
On-line registration is also available. For more information on registration please visit the club web site: www.stratford.goalline.ca

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The Girls Get WISE Science Retreat (open to girls in grades 7-9 is taking place this year on Friday, May 3 (which is a meeting day for teachers), at the Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering at the University of Prince Edward Island. Online registration is $10 and is open until April 26.  This should be a good day, and for more information, please see this website: http://www.engineerspei.com/node/455
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Wednesday – Day 3

Green Shirt Day:
Last April, Canadians rallied together in support of the victims, survivors and families of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Many students and teachers took part by putting out hockey sticks in front of their classrooms and wearing their jerseys to school. This year, the family of Logan Boulet is holding the first annual national Green Shirt Day in honour of their son and the Broncos family, and to increase awareness about the importance of organ donation. Green Shirt Day is on Sunday, April 7, but we are asking schools and workplaces to consider participating on Monday, April 8.

Before Logan Boulet was fatally injured in the Broncos bus crash, he had registered his decision to be an organ donor and discussed his wishes with his family. The 21-year old defenceman went on to save six lives with his generous gifts. In the weeks that followed, Logan’s story inspired more than 100,000 Canadians to become registered organ donors. This became known as the “Logan Boulet Effect”. Now, the Boulet family would like that legacy to continue through an annual Green Shirt Day (greenshirtday.ca, #GreenShirtDay).
If you have any additional questions, The Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Manager, Angela Carpenter can be contacted at adcarpenter@ihis.org or 902-368-5920. We hope to see as many students and staff wear green on April 8!

Heritage Fair:
We had a great school-based Heritage Fair yesterday. We will be announcing the top 3 and Honourable Mentions tomorrow (Thursday) during Reading Period and these students will go to the Provincial Fair on May 2.

Band:
–  There will be a Jazz Band rehearsal today during period 1.  All students are asked to
attend.
–  An e-mail has been sent to all grade 7 band parents regarding the new rehearsal
schedule. The new schedule has also been posted on the band blog and in Google
Classroom.
–  Grade 7 drum part auditions will be held today from 3:00 to 4:00 in the band area.
After school extra help for band students will not be available today.

Green Team:
All class reps on the Green Team will meet in the Multipurpose Room today (Wednesday) during Reading Period

Stonepark Hockey Academy Jerseys:
Please make sure all hockey jerseys are washed, dried upon returned.
U16 Boys Flag Football:
Try Outs will continue Monday April 8 and Wednesday April 10th from 6:30-8:30 at Sherwood School

Girls Flag Football:
Practice today (Wednesday) after school in the cafeteria Grade 7’s 3:05-3:45 Grade 8-9 3:45- 4:25   Friday all grades in the gym 3:00 – 4:15

Boys A Basketball:
Please meet in the gym during reading period for the year book photo on Thursday

Badminton:
There will be a practice today, and tomorrow for all team members (Bantam/Intermediate, Boys/Girls) from 3-4:15 in the gym.  Please note the earlier end time for today!

Stratford Soccer Club:
The Stratford Soccer Club will be holding their 2019 summer soccer season registrations over the next few weeks.
Onsite registration dates:
• Saturday April 6 – 9:00am – 12:00pm (Island Wide registration date)
• Wednesday April 10 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
• Saturday April 13 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
• Wednesday April 17 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Stratford Town Centre (Main Lobby)
On-line registration is also available. For more information on registration please visit the club web site: www.stratford.goalline.ca

 

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April Newsletter

As a new season is upon us, we have a new offering in the newsletter department:  April Newsletter

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Tuesday – Day 2

Green Shirt Day:
Last April, Canadians rallied together in support of the victims, survivors and families of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Many students and teachers took part by putting out hockey sticks in front of their classrooms and wearing their jerseys to school. This year, the family of Logan Boulet is holding the first annual national Green Shirt Day in honour of their son and the Broncos family, and to increase awareness about the importance of organ donation. Green Shirt Day is on Sunday, April 7, but we are asking schools and workplaces to consider participating on Monday, April 8.

Before Logan Boulet was fatally injured in the Broncos bus crash, he had registered his decision to be an organ donor and discussed his wishes with his family. The 21-year old defenceman went on to save six lives with his generous gifts. In the weeks that followed, Logan’s story inspired more than 100,000 Canadians to become registered organ donors. This became known as the “Logan Boulet Effect”. Now, the Boulet family would like that legacy to continue through an annual Green Shirt Day (greenshirtday.ca, #GreenShirtDay).

If you have any additional questions, The Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Manager, Angela Carpenter can be contacted at adcarpenter@ihis.org or 902-368-5920. We hope to see as many students and staff wear green on April 8!

Leadership:
This is a reminder to all leadership students to attend a meeting today, during reading period, in the library.

Stonepark Hockey Academy Jerseys:

Please make sure all hockey jerseys are washed, dried upon returned.

Heritage Fair:
The school’s heritage fair will be taking place in the cafeteria this morning. We ask that students who use the cafeteria at break time to not touch students’ projects – you are welcome to look but do not touch the project or the artifacts they might have there. Also, we’d like to welcome 8 community members who are here today to judge the projects. Welcome to Stonepark.

Green Team:
All class reps on the Green Team will meet in the Multipurpose Room tomorrow (Wednesday) during Reading Period

U16 Boys Flag Football:
Try Outs will continue Monday April 8 and Wednesday April 10th from 6:30-8:30 at Sherwood School

Stonepark Girls Flag Football:
Tackling practice after school today (Tuesday) and Wednesday after school in the cafeteria Grade 7 3:05-3:45 Grade 8-9 3:45-4:25

PROVINCIAL U16 BOYS FLAG FOOTBALL:
Provincial Flag Football U-16 Boys Tryouts will be starting tomorrow (Wednesday) at Sherwood Elementary School 6:30-8:30pm. Tryouts will run in the Sherwood Elementary School Gymnasium every Monday and Wednesday evening for the Month of April. For more information please contact Colleen Henderson via email – TeamPEIFlag@gmail.com

Badminton:

There will be a practice today, tomorrow and Thursday for all team members (Bantam/Intermediate, Boys/Girls) from 3-4:30 in the gym.
Any questions please see Mr. Harkness or Mrs. Steele

 

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Monday – Day 1

Green Shirt Day:
Last April, Canadians rallied together in support of the victims, survivors and families of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Many students and teachers took part by putting out hockey sticks in front of their classrooms and wearing their jerseys to school. This year, the family of Logan Boulet is holding the first annual national Green Shirt Day in honour of their son and the Broncos family, and to increase awareness about the importance of organ donation. Green Shirt Day is on Sunday, April 7, but we are asking schools and workplaces to consider participating on Monday, April 8.

Before Logan Boulet was fatally injured in the Broncos bus crash, he had registered his decision to be an organ donor and discussed his wishes with his family. The 21-year old defenceman went on to save six lives with his generous gifts. In the weeks that followed, Logan’s story inspired more than 100,000 Canadians to become registered organ donors. This became known as the “Logan Boulet Effect”. Now, the Boulet family would like that legacy to continue through an annual Green Shirt Day (greenshirtday.ca, #GreenShirtDay).

If you have any additional questions, The Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Manager, Angela Carpenter can be contacted at adcarpenter@ihis.org or 902-368-5920. We hope to see as many students and staff wear green on April 8!

Practicums Teachers:
Brett Roache and Rachel Campbell will be starting their student teaching practicums with Mr. Headley and M. Valois respectively. They will be with us until May 2nd. We welcome Mr. Roache and Mme Campbell to Stonepark and wish them all the best in their respective teaching assignments.

Provincial Science Fair:
Kennedy Beals from 9E and Ifra Zaidi from 9F participated in the PEI Science Fair 2019 with their project on checking how accurate an eyewitness testimony is. Their project “Can You Remember?” received an Honourable Mention from the judges. Congratulations to both of these students on a job well done.

Heritage Fair:
– The school’s Heritage Fair will be held tomorrow morning, Tuesday, in the cafeteria. We want to remind students who use the cafeteria in the morning and at break time to not touch students’ backboards and project materials. Would all Grade 7s taking part in tomorrow’s fair, meet with Mrs. Burry in the Grade 7 upstairs TPC next to her office during Reading Period today.

Green Team:
All class reps on the Green Team will meet in the Multipurpose Room Wednesday, April 3rd during Reading Period

Leadership:
There will be a meeting on Tuesday for all students involved in leadership about upcoming activities.

PROVINCIAL U16 BOYS FLAG FOOTBALL:
Provincial Flag Football U-16 Boys Tryouts will be starting Wednesday April 3rd at Sherwood Elementary School 6:30-8:30pm. Tryouts will run in the Sherwood Elementary School Gymnasium every Monday and Wednesday evening for the Month of April. For more information please contact Colleen Henderson via email – TeamPEIFlag@gmail.com

Badminton:
Final rosters for Bantam and Intermediate Boys and Girls teams have been posted outside of the gym.  Thanks to all who tried out.
Practices will take place for all team members this coming Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:00 – 4:30 in the gym.

Girls Flag Football:
Any girls interested in Flag Football there will practices in the cafeteria tomorrow (Tuesday) & Wednesday April 3.  Grade 7’s 3:00 – 3:45 Grade 8-9’s 3:45 – 4:30, Any questions please see Mr. Harkness or Mrs. Steele

 

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Friday – Day 6

School Newspaper:
There will be a meeting for all school newspaper staff during lunchtime today. Please bring your lunch.

Semi Dance:
              Stonepark Grade 9 Semi 2019
Date:
Thursday June 13, 2019
Where: Rodd Charlottetown Hotel
Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm
Tickets: $20.00 per person
*Will go on sale the last two weeks of May at Stonepark at lunchtime (more details to follow) *Students will be allowed to take a date from another school but they need to be registered at the time they’re purchasing the ticket for them.
Dance featuring DJ Hype and Photo Booth provided by Instabooth

Spring League Volleyball:
U16 Girls Spring Volleyball League started but there are still some open spots if interested. Starts from 7:00 – 8:30 pm.

Lego Club:
Lego club will meet today at lunchtime in Mrs. Richards’ room.  Everyone is welcome.

Girls Flag Football:
Any girls interested in Flag Football there will practices in the cafeteria Monday April 1st through Wednesday April 3.  Grade 7’s 3:00 – 3:45 Grade 8-9’s 3:45 – 4:30
Any questions please see Mr. Harkness or Mrs. Steele

Bantam AAA Express Baseball ID CAMP:
Open to all associations within the Eastern Express zone.
Norton Diamond soccer complex, Stratford
Friday 29th @ 6:00-8:00pm
Cost / Session $20
Sunday, @ 7:30-8:30pm
Cost / Session $10
These sessions are not for profit camps, to determine a sufficient number of players are interested in trying out for AAA, at the Bantam level.
Monies collected will go directly to facility rental and camp equipment.
Camp “will not” be instructional.
Skill in fielding, hitting, pitching as well as athletic ability will be evaluated by a “non parent” group.
Duane Smith along with Troy Worth and any other parent who wish to volunteer to help with set-up and organizing drills and stations feel free to contact me.
902-394-1840
**Tryouts will be scheduled after coach selections in April.

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Thursday – Day 5

 Semi Dance:
              Stonepark Grade 9 Semi 2019
Date:
Thursday June 13, 2019
Where: Rodd Charlottetown Hotel
Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm
Tickets: $20.00 per person
*Will go on sale the last two weeks of May at Stonepark at lunchtime (more details to follow) *Students will be allowed to take a date from another school but they need to be registered at the time they’re purchasing the ticket for them.
Dance featuring DJ Hype and Photo Booth provided by Instabooth

Stonepark Tigers Team Photos:
Today for the Boys Baseball
Please meet in the gym at reading period

Coding Club:
The coding club will meet today at 12:20 in Mrs. Reynard’s room.

Leadership Students:
Could all leadership students please take a look at our Classroom page today, there are some new posts to check out.

Drama Club:
Drama Club will meet at 3 pm today in the Grade 8 Science Lab.

Badminton:
Practice will be today from 3:00pm-4:30pm. This is for Grade 7/8/9 boys on the invite list posted outside of the gym. After this week’s practices, the final rosters will be set and posted outside of the gym for boys and girls.

Spring League Volleyball:
U16 Girls Spring Volleyball League started but there are still some open spots if interested.  Starts from 7:00 – 8:30 pm.

Hockey Academy:
Also a reminder of our rearranged times because of the early closure of Cody Banks. We are on tomorrow (Friday) at 2:20-3:50 ice time.

Bantam AAA Express Baseball ID CAMP:
Open to all associations within the Eastern Express zone.
Norton Diamond soccer complex, Stratford
Friday 29th @ 6:00-8:00pm
Cost / Session $20
Sunday, @ 7:30-8:30pm
Cost / Session $10
These sessions are not for profit camps, to determine a sufficient number of players are interested in trying out for AAA, at the Bantam level.
Monies collected will go directly to facility rental and camp equipment.
Camp “will not” be instructional.
Skill in fielding, hitting, pitching as well as athletic ability will be evaluated by a “non parent” group.
Duane Smith along with Troy Worth and any other parent who wish to volunteer to help with set-up and organizing drills and stations feel free to contact me.
902-394-1840
**Tryouts will be scheduled after coach selections in April.

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Wednesday – Day 4

 Semi Dance:
              Stonepark Grade 9 Semi 2019
Date:
Thursday June 13, 2019
Where: Rodd Charlottetown Hotel
Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm
Tickets: $20.00 per person
*Will go on sale the last two weeks of May at Stonepark at lunchtime (more details to follow) *Students will be allowed to take a date from another school but they need to be registered at the time they’re purchasing the ticket for them.
Dance featuring DJ Hype and Photo Booth provided by Instabooth

Stonepark Tigers Team Photos:
Wednesday A and AA Girls soccer
Thursday Boys Baseball
Please meet in the gym at reading period

Needlecraft Club:
Needlecraft Club will be happening today at 12:15 in the Library.

Spring League Volleyball:
U16 Girls Spring Volleyball League started but there are still some open spots if interested.  Starts from 7:00 – 8:30 pm.

Hockey Academy:
Also a reminder of our rearranged times because of the early closure of Cody Banks. We are on this Friday (March 29th) at 2:20-3:50 ice time.

Bantam AAA Express Baseball ID CAMP:
Open to all associations within the Eastern Express zone.
Norton Diamond soccer complex, Stratford
Friday 29th @ 6:00-8:00pm
Cost / Session $20
Sunday, @ 7:30-8:30pm
Cost / Session $10
These sessions are not for profit camps, to determine a sufficient number of players are interested in trying out for AAA, at the Bantam level.
Monies collected will go directly to facility rental and camp equipment.
Camp “will not” be instructional.
Skill in fielding, hitting, pitching as well as athletic ability will be evaluated by a “non parent”group.
Duane Smith along with Troy Worth and any other parent who wish to volunteer to help with set-up and organizing drills and stations feel free to contact me.
902-394-1840
**Tryouts will be scheduled after coach selections in April.

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